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1Dez Bryant26DAL11111Bryant gets the franchise tag this offseason and will work again for that monster contract he deserves.
2A.J. Green26CIN23332.752014 was an off year, but at just 26 years old Green has plenty more elite years before people start bailing on his aging value
3Julio Jones26ATL54223.25Continues to struggle with minor nagging injuries, but continues to show just what a superhuman beast he is. Plus he's one year younger than the other top guys.
4Calvin Johnson29DET32654Calvin has plenty left in the tank. This may be the best off-season to aquire his services.
5Demaryius Thomas27DEN45565DT proved once again that he is arguably the most valuable WR in fantasy football. Questions with Peyton's future could stunt his value, but he's got one year left with the man.
6Antonio Brown26PIT66445It's hard to wrap your brain around a smaller WR dominating the way Brown does, but he is the most talented TRUE receiver in the game.
7Odell Beckham Jr22NYG910778.25His value is out of control, but his high ranking is justifiable. ODB is the hottest asset this off-season and rightly so after putting up historic numbers as a rookie.
8Alshon Jeffery25CHI888108.5Cutler went and screwed up what Josh McCown made into a potent offense. Still, with Marshall gone and a new coaching staff in place Jeffery should see a rise in targets an production.
9Mike Evans21TBB711999ODB stole the show as a rookie, but Evans wasn't far behind. Even with horrific QB play, Evans has the makings of a top tier WR and he's just 21.
10Randall Cobb24GBP13910810Cobb is back in GB and in that offense he's a PPR monster just short of Antonio Brown status.
11Jordy Nelson29GBP107131110.25Jordy isn't getting any younger, but he's ridiculously savvy and technically sound. Plus he has Aaron Rodgers as a QB.
12Sammy Watkins21BUF1112111412Sammy's situation looked like WR purgatory, but a lot has changed with that Buffalo offense heading into 2015. McCoy adds a dynamic weapon and Cassell is capable of acceptable QB play.
13Kelvin Benjamin24CAR1413121313Kelvin needs to show he can hang onto the ball better and improve upon his drops in 2015, but he is beastly and basically uncoverable at his size.
14T.Y. Hilton25IND1516141214.25TY is clearly the real deal as long as Andrew Luck is in town. The offense is getting a little crowded though with Andre Johnson and Duron Carter arriving this offseason.
15DeAndre Hopkins22HOU1214151915Hopkins is a true NFL #1 option in Houston now that Andre has moved on. The QB situation needs to be resolved before we will get to see Hopkin's true upside but he'll see plenty of targets.
16Brandon Marshall31MIA1815161516Marshall is still a physical beast but may continue to fade as he moves to a far worse passing situation on the Jets.
17Jordan Matthews22PHI1618171616.75With Maclin gone, Matthews goes into 2015 as the top receiving option in an offense that even Mark Sanchez can run well. At 22, JMatt may be one of the most "sure things" at the position.
18Michael Floyd25ARI1917221819Floyd is still an elite talent who is only entering his 3rd year. This is the year where it needs to come together.
19Brandin Cooks21NOS1719212019.25Cooks was dazzling us all before his injury. At his size, injury could continue to be a concern. Brees also looks like he is wearing down. Graham's departure likely helps his target numbers.
20Jeremy Maclin26KCC2520191720.25In 2014, Maclin proved he can produce great numbers. Now can he prove he can stay healthy for more than a season and do it with a check-down QB?
21Emmanuel Sanders28DEN2024201820.5As a WR who takes over the intermediate part of the field, he will need Manning to prove he still has a little strength left on his throws, as evidenced by Sander's disappearance late in 2014.
22Keenan Allen22SDC2921182122.25Keenan is who we thought he was. A solid WR2. Nothing more. SD desperately needs a complimentary WR.
23Victor Cruz28NYG2122282423.75It's going to be tough to come back from that petallar tear. If he can, ODB will demand the double team opening up Cruz to single coverage and a return to dominance.
24Percy Harvin26BUF2423262925.5Harvin is on record pace and I can only assume his plan is to play for every team in the league before he retires. Maybe with Buffalo this kid will drop the ego and start being apart of a team, but I wouldn't bank on it.
25Allen Robinson21JAX26253423275A-Rob was just another WR from this sick 2014 class to show us his WR1 upside. Unfortunately injury derailed that, but he should be a clear starter going into 2015. Maybe opposite Blackmon.
26Josh Gordon23CLE2240272227.75Gordon will be sitting out another year. His talent is so good it's matched only by how bad his decision making skills are. Gamblers should get him cheap.
27Davante Adams22GBP2828322528.25If Cobb had moved on, Adams would have moved into top 12 discussion. Since Cobb re-signed Adams will need an injury to be a dependable starting WR in fantasy. Long-term he's got the talent for that top 12 though.
28Martavis Bryant23PIT31362326294Bryant might be my favorite "buy" this off-season. His value is still going to be lower due to Antonio Brown, but Bryant could be an absolute beast. Especially in the red zone. Top 15 potential at a top 40 ranking.
29Donte Moncrief21IND3930242830.25Moncrief still has a lot to prove, but there's a market for him after he showed flashes as a 21 year old rookie. The signing of Duron Carter and Andre Johnson should soften that market considerably.
30Michael Crabtree27SFO3726313131.25-3Crabtree moving on from the pathetically inconsistent SF passing offense should be a good thing. Where he lands in the open market will dictate his value.
31Jarvis Landry22MIA2737352731.57Landry became Tannehill's go-to guy the last half the season. I'm not sure Landry has WR1 upside, but he has flashed an ability to be open often and Wallace leaving certainly helps.
32Pierre Garcon29WAS3231363433.25Garcon's value is in a tailspin. It may fall further depending on what happens at QB for the Skins
33DeSean Jackson28WAS4135292933.5DJax had himself a sold season in 2014 despite the QB ineptitude that plagued Washington. He should be a solid producer for a few more years, but inconsistency is an issue.
34Cordarrelle Patterson24MIN3027393933.75-5C-Patt? More like F-Patt. Patterson has some serious off-season work to do if he is going to truly become a receiver and not just a gimmick player.
35Andre Johnson33IND2332483634.754Andrew Luck and the Colts offense may be just the thing to return AJ back to the world of the elite WR. At his age, though, time is slipping away.
36Larry Fitzgerald31ARI3429423635.25Fitz re-ups in the desert and should finish his career as a Cardinal. He's still got the talent and moxy to be a dependable WR2, but Palmer needs to prove he can make it happen.
37Eric Decker28NYJ4634303235.5-3Decker started coming on late when Geno Smith was put back at the helm. Let's pray that his new coach can produce a functioning offense because Decker is a very solid WR.
38Torrey Smith26BAL4839253035.5Steve Smith arriving in Baltimore and shining says more about Torrey than it does about Steve. Still, he'll get a chance to prove he's more than an average WR as San Francisco's lead dog.
39Mike Wallace28MIN3338333935.75-4Wallace is out of Miami. He's another diva WR who can't get out of his own way. The talent is there if he and Bridgewater can get on the same page in MN.
40Vincent Jackson32TBB4533443739.75Age and wear are becoming concerns for VJax but he's still a top target on a team with questions at QB. Inconsistency rules the roost in those types of situations.
41Golden Tate26DET3541384539.75Tate is getting a little lack of love considering his impressive 2014 season. No reason to think he can't keep being a PPR WR2
42Julian Edelman28NEP3651413540.75Edleman will continue to be a solid "value" producer. He's not someone you want to build around, but he's a fine WR2 in that offense.
43Justin Blackmon25JAX3844374942No news is good news. Assuming that trend continues, Blackmon should be on the field to start 2015.
44Kendall Wright25TEN4242404843Wright continued to produce in a horrible situation. Arguably the worst in the league. He is still under the radar and still has the talent to produce very well and more consistently if Mettenburger can develop.
45Roddy White33ATL4043554245Roddy really struggled with injury again this season. The once super dependable possession WR has shown chinks in his armor of late. His drop off could come quick.
46Brian Quick25STL4745544046.5Quick finally displays the potential we all knew he had as a raw prospect and, in typical fashion, tears his rotator cuff and lands on IR right about that time. Can he build on the "breakout" or will he fade away?
47Cody Latimer22DEN5046474446.753Beastly potential but will it be realized before Manning signs his retirement papers? Julius Thomas leaving could accelerate things.
48Josh Huff23PHI5248493846.75140Huff is suddenly in a great situation on a potent offense if he can prove reliable as a starting NFL WR. Keep a close eye on him heading into 2015.
49Kenny Stills22MIA4455454948.2512Stills is a playmaker capable of putting up big numbers when given the opportunity. Heading to Dolphins team without Mike Wallace may just allow for that on a consistent basis.
50John Brown24ARI4953514349-3A pretty solid rookie season for a guy who flew largely under the radar in fantasy circles. Fitz re-signing is just a temporary roadblock for this playmaker. Be prepared for a high level of inconsistency in the meantime.
51Charles Johnson26MIN5749435049.753Johnson raised a few eyebrows but as a Vikes fan, I'm not buying this guy until he shows he can catch. Way too many drops, but he can sure get open and has the admiration of the coaching staff.
52Marqise Lee23JAX5352465150.5-3The WR position is starting to look a little crowded in Jacksonville with a potential Blackmon return. Lee had an okay rookie year but will need to step it up.
53Justin Hunter23TEN5150564650.75-7Hunter enters the "magical" 3rd year as a WR and a breakout is not out of the question. The talent is there but if he doesn't "get it" in 2015 then it may never happen.
54Terrance Williams25DAL5847525051.75-3Seemed solid in year 2. He will always be 2nd fiddle to Dez and not someone to rely on. For now.
55Rueben Randle23NYG4354585251.75-3May be the odd man out in an offense that will surely feature Beckham and Cruz. Has the ability to put up numbers should another injury occur but needs to become a more consistent WR.
56Cecil Shorts27HOU5557625457Shorts moves on to Houston and could carve out the WR2 role in that offense. It's far from a guarantee though.
57Kenny Britt26STL6574534158.25Britt gained a little bit a relevancy back in STL but there are still a ton of questions with that WR corps entering 2015.
58Marques Colston31NOS5464635759.5Colston returns to New Orleans after taking a pay cut and, on the surface, has ample opportunity with the departure of Graham and Stills. That doesn't discount the reality he's an aging WR with degenerative knees.
59Marvin Jones25CIN5965595659.75Missing the entire '14 campaign due to injury has many forgetting about a pretty promising, young WR. Those with a longer memory can buy at a deep discount.
60Brandon LaFell28NEP5687504760-4
61Markus Wheaton24PIT6256695560.5Sorry Wheaton, but Martavius Bryant stole your opportunity. The slot will now be your home and with it, underwhelming FF value.
62Duron Carter24IND6767575361-9The Indy landing spot is intriguing but is also very crowded with TY, Andre and Moncrief all ahead of him in line.
63Dwayne Bowe30CLE6063666262.75Bowe is a once dependable receiver on the downside of his career. In a mediocre Cleveland offense things won't get any better.
64Steve Smith35BAL6177616165Had a fantastic season in 2014 but don't expect a repeat of those numbers out of a 35 year old in the end game of his career.
65Doug Baldwin26SEA7069606365.5Baldwin is a gamer, but just isn't talented enough to avoid being overlooked and/or replaced.
66Tavon Austin24STL64617465664It's not too late for Austin to break out. Year 3 is usually the make or break year. The new QB may, or may not, help.
67Andrew Hawkins29CLE7360726266.75Played a pretty significant role in Clevelands pathetic 2014 passing game. He replaceable and a complimentary guy.
68Anquan Boldin34SFO6672676367Despite being a beastly WR in his prime, age is catching up with Boldin.
69Andre Holmes26OAK7770655867.5We have all seen Holmes flash. What we haven't seen is consistency. Maybe Derek Carr can provide that.
70Greg Jennings31FA6859756967.75-7As a cap casualty Jennings has a chance to land somewhere he could produce dependable fantasy numbers. He also has a chance to land somewhere he'll be an afterthought the rest of his career.
71Hakeem Nicks27IND6371736467.75-5Nicks has not yet played a full season and will likely be replaced by Moncrief or Duron Carter. His dynasty value only exists in the form of nostalgia now.
72Wes Welker33DEN6966707169Welker has drawn zero interest in the free agent market and may end up finally retiring whether he wants to or not. With his concussion concerns that's probably a good thing.
73Mohamed Sanu25CIN7573646469Marvin Jones is simply the superior WR and assuming he comes back healthy, Sanu is waiver material only.
74James Jones30OAK7158787269.75An average WR playing for an inept organization while getting paid top dollar is never a good combination.
75Stedman Bailey24STL8062816070.75Like everyone else in St. Louis, Bailey had a few people excited. Then he disappeared.
76Robert Woods22BUF7868717071.75Woods is an average talent who is capable of putting up numbers in the right situation but offers little upside.
77Riley Cooper27PHI7676776573.5As long as he is in that offense, he will have some relevancy. He could be a spoiler for Huff hopefuls.
78Allen Hurns23JAX8175805973.75
79Steve Johnson28SDC8283686775
80Reggie Wayne36IND7980796876.5
81Aaron Dobson23NEP8982766678.25
82Marquess Wilson22CHI7278917779.54
83Danny Amendola29NEP8488867683.5
84Brian Hartline28CLE7490878584
85Taylor Gabriel25CLE8889848185.5
86Jermaine Kearse25SEA8594927386
87Nate Washington31TEN9198827987.5
88Jarius Wright25MIN9979898487.75
89Brian Tyms26NEP81858388.75
90Andre Roberts27WAS87104838289
91Denarius Moore26OAK8696998090.25
92Miles Austin30CLE9391908890.5
93Jarrett Boykin25GBP92861008791.25-5
94Harry Douglas30ATL96931047491.75
95Kenbrell Thompkins26NEP105887593.5
96Eddie Royal28CHI90109967993.54
97Jeremy Gallon25UFA85949294.25
98Malcom Floyd33SDC83849694.75
99Vincent Brown26UFA102957896.25
100Marlon Brown `23BAL1051011018096.75
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